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Source Notes: Source: GABRIEL HEATTER, Theres Good News Tonight, p. 122 .Heatter began his evening radio newscasts with these words, trying to give hope when the news was grim during World War II.
Gabriel Heatter (September 17, 1890, New York City - March 30, 1972, Miami, Florida) was an American radio commentator whose World War II-era sign-on ("There's good news tonight") became both his catchphrase and his caricature. He also gave the self-help group Alcoholics Anonymous its first national exposure with a 1939 broadcast, and earned an unusual reputation---even in a less media-driven and cynical time---for morale boosting during some of the nation's most arduous days.